90% of those who have passed NEET in 2020 have been coached by Justice AK Rajan’s panel appointed by MK Stalin’s government.
Significantly, the state government introduced a bill in the assembly last week, demanding that Tamil Nadu students be exempted from centralized medical entrance exams. In the bill, the President’s consent is sought to grant state medical students permanent immunity from NEET. All the parties, except the BJP, supported the bill in the House. Based on the 12th mark in the bill, let us tell you that admission to medical courses is indicated.
More on successful applicants The share of HDI districts has increased
During 2013 and 2021 (NEET was enacted in 2017) by the AK Rajan Committee, the share of most HDI districts (mostly urbanized with access to coaching centers) increased in successful applicants. For example, Ariyalur, one of the most backward districts, had a 1.71% share of NEET in the state, which fell to 0.73% after NEET. On the other hand, Chennai’s seat share in most HDI districts increased from 3.54% to 10.76%.
Percentage of science students dropped out of NEET
After the adoption of the NEET, there has been a 9.74% decline in admissions for first generation graduates, 12.1% among rural candidates and 10.45% among candidates whose parental income is less than 2.5 lakh. The percentage of science stream students declining from 43.03% to 35.94% during the post-NEET period.
The share of state candidates is lower because of AI candidates
Notably, there are 31 surgical and medical super specialty courses in Tamil Nadu with a total of 413 seats, far ahead of most states. The report said that the share of state residents was declining as all-India candidates were open.
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